101st Congress Legislative Record of the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives: Along with Brief Historical and Other Pertinent Information Concerning the Committee

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991 - Taxation - 51 pages

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Page 22 - Means to take into consideration all such reports of the Treasury Department, and all such propositions relative to the revenue, as may be referred to them by the House; to inquire into the state of the public debt, of the revenue, and of the expenditures, and to report, from time to time, their opinion thereon...
Page 23 - Expenditures to examine into the state of the several public departments, and particularly into laws making appropriations of money, and to report whether the moneys have been disbursed conformably with such laws; and also to report from time to time such provisions and arrangements as may be neeessary to add to the economy of the departments, and the accountability of their officers.
Page 21 - An act for laying a duty on goods, wares, and merchandises, imported into the United States." It sets off with this preamble : " Whereas it is necessary for the support of government, for the discharge of the debts of the United States, and the encouragement and protection of manufactures, that duties be laid on goods, wares, and merchandises imported.
Page 22 - Committee of Ways and Means to take into consideration all such reports of the Treasury Department, and all such propositions relative to the revenue...
Page 18 - The tariff schedules and all tariff preference programs, such as the Generalized System of Preferences and the Caribbean Basin Initiative...
Page 16 - Committee on Ways and Means. (1) Customs, collection districts, and ports of entry and delivery. (2) Reciprocal trade agreements. (3) Revenue measures generally, (4) Revenue measures relating to the insular possessions. (5) The bonded debt of the United States (subject to the last sentence of clause 4(g) of this rule).
Page 16 - States (subject to the last sentence of clause 4(g) of this rule). (6) The deposit of public moneys. (7) Transportation of dutiable goods. (8) Tax exempt foundations and charitable trusts. (9) National social security, except (A) health care and facilities programs that are supported from general revenues as opposed to payroll deductions and (B) work incentive programs.
Page 24 - There are various and important matters upon which they act, but upon which they never report. Their duties comprehend all the varied interests of the United States: every element and branch of industry, and every dollar or dime of value. They are connected with taxation, tariffs, banking, loan bills, and ramify to every fiber of the body-politic. All the springs of wealth and labor are more or less influenced by the action of this committee. Their responsibility is immense, and their control almost...
Page 31 - ... budget authorizations for the US Customs Service, the US International Trade Commission, and the US Trade Representative; and...
Page 16 - ... estimates submitted by the Committee on Ways and Means under the preceding sentence shall include a specific recommendation, made after holding public hearings, as to the appropriate level of the public debt which should be set forth in the concurrent resolution on the budget referred to in such sentence and serve as the basis for an increase or decrease in the statutory limit on such debt under the procedures provided by Rule XLIX.

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